Hindi Stories are always interesting to read. Today we will see Best Story Books in Hindi to Read.
1. 21 Anmol Kahaniya – Manto – Kaali Salwar
Saadat Hasan Manto was born on 11 May 1912 in the Paproudi village of Samrala, a city in the Ludhiana district of Punjab. He completed his studies in Aligarh and through his writings gained the reputation of one of the most famous Urdu writers of the 20th century. He died on 18 January 1955 after leading a successful career as a prominent novelist and playwright. In this collection of short stories, Manto has reflected upon the condition of women in the male-dominated society. He has represented the various facets of a competitive woman who acts as the protagonist of her own life.
2. Panchtantra Ki Lokpriya Kahaniyan: Timeless Stories For Children From Ancient India In Hindi
Panchatantra has been a part of the Indian folklore for many centuries and continues to enchant young readers even today. Panchatantra ki Lokpriya kathayein is a wonderful collection of six tales in Hindi that aim to guide the young readers about the wise conduct of life, understanding human nature and attaining success in life. The book is filled with large and vibrant illustrations that attract the attention of the readers and encourage them to read.
3. Bedtime Stories (Illustrated) (Hindi) – My Favourite Stories 8 in 1
Bedtime Stories is filled with exciting adventures of famous fairy characters like Hansel and Gretel, Rapunzel, Little Red Riding Hood etc. The book contains a casket of fascinating stories packed with beautiful illustrations and moral tales to help our young readers to discover the joy of reading!
4. Panchtantra Ki Prasiddh Kahaniyan: Timeless Stories For Children From Ancient India In Hindi
Panchatantra has been a part of the Indian folklore for many centuries and continues to enchant young readers even today. Panchatantra ki Prasiddh kathayein is a wonderful collection of six tales in Hindi that aim to guide the young readers about the wise conduct of life, understanding human nature and attaining success in life. The book is filled with large and vibrant illustrations that attract the attention of the readers and encourage them to read.
5. Akbar and Birbal (Illustrated) – Hindi Kahaniyan
The tales of ‘Akbar and Birbal’ are one of the most famous folklores of India, popular amongst all age groups and enjoyed by everyone. These tales unfold the friendly and joyful association between king Akbar and his favourite courtier Birbal, known for his wit and wisdom. interesting narratives unfold about how the king tested time and again the shrewdness and clever insights of Birbal and how Birbal came up to the king’s expectations every time.
6. Short Stories – Famous Hindi Writers (Premchand, Sharat Chandra, Jaishankar Prasad, Rabindranath Tagore)
This anthology contains the best short stories of famous Indian writers including Premchand, Jaishankar Prasad, Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay and Rabindranath Tagore. While reading these stories, the readers shall experience The different shades of the life of a simple man. All these authors have earned a reputation in the literary world through their writings that are said to leave a deep impact on the forthcoming generation. The stories of Premchand and Jaishankar Prasad depict the integral nature of society and are full of symbols, emotions and ideas. On the other hand, the stories of Rabindranath Tagore and Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay are quite popular in Bengali literature and have been translated in many other languages.
7. The Story Of My Experiments With Truth; Mahatma Gandhi, An Autobiography
This unusual autobiography, the story of My experiments with truth, is a window to the workings of Mahatma Gandhism mind, a window to the emotions of his heart, a window to understanding what drove this seemingly ordinary man to the heights of being the father of a nation—India. Starting with his days as a boy, Gandhi takes one through his trials and turmoil’s and situations that moulded his philosophy of life: going through child marriage, his studies in England, practising law in South Africa—and his satyagraha there—to the early beginnings of the independence movement in India. He did not aim to write an autobiography but rather share the experience of his various experiments with truth to arrive at what he perceived as absolute truth—the ideal of his struggle against racism, violence and colonialism. This is a translation by Mahadev Desai
8. Sobbing Love Story- Sisakti Mohabbat
‘Sisakti Mohabbat’ is the third successful novel written by Renowned Littérateur, Dr Tara Singh. It deals with both true as well as imaginary aspects of family life now prevalent in our society. One may differ in degree of realization of normal grief, while another takes it lightly. The other gets heart burnt feelings. Even heart and mind are not complementary to each other. From Husband and Wife (like Vivek and Rajjo in the novel) do differ in their respective choice, opinion and conviction on many occasions. Though mind plays an important role in joining the fixed bonds of our lives, hearts facilitate the flow of love to make life happy and romantic.